Here is my notes that I took while watching this video
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
In this picture it shows the performers doing the Haka. The occurred when the people came ashore. Before the ceremony started the crowed was very noisy. But as the people came ashore the noise faded away. Loud and powerful voices broke into the silence. The performers swayed there hips while we sang as loud as we could.
During this time I felt excited, and happy. I couldn’t wait to hear there stories. As the day went on our guests spoke about their adventures and stories. It was quite interesting listening to what they had to say. At the end of the day I felt proud and honoured to have met these people.
Solving maths problems
This task is about solving maths problems.
a) There are 21 people at a beach, and 13 more people arrive.
Show how to work out how many people are at the beach altogether.
21 + 13 = 34
20 + 10 = 30
1 + 3 = 4
b) Two classes go on camp together. One class has 37 students and the other has 28.
Show how to work out how many students go on camp.
37 + 28 = 65
30 + 20 = 50
8 + 7 = 15
50 + 15 = 65
c) A farmer has 63 cows. He buys 59 more cows.
Show how to work out how many cows he has altogether.
63 + 59 = 122
60 + 50 = 110
9 + 3 = 12
110 + 12 = 122
Yellow - Simple Red - Compound Purple - Complex
Today we were lucky enough to meet the Navigators of Hokulea.
As we walked on the field, I could see the boats. The boats looked like beautiful clouds floating on air. I was as hot as an oven, I couldn’t even control my breathing. As we walked down onto our quarters, Before us was a beautiful scene. It was so beautiful and breathtaking. I couldn’t stop staring at the scene.
I could hear the sounds of a horn, as the people walked ashore. As they walked on land, The people started to sing. It sounded like a beautiful melody. All the schools in the Manaiakalani Cluster attended this matter.
Throughout the ceremony there was alot of singing & speech’s.
It was a very emotion and beautiful Ceremony.
As we walked back to the bus, I looked back on the day. I enjoyed hearing the speeches, and singing along with one thousand other students. I think that I was very lucky to be part of that event.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
L.I: Understand of Basic symbols of Notation
There are Five lines, Four Space’s
The Treble Clef:
There are notes in the Spaces
F.A.C.E in the Spaces
E.G.B.D.F (Every good boy does fine) on the Staff
Always goes diagonally
Middle C, High or Low.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
On March 8, 1975 a beautiful canoe Hokulea was launched. Hokulea mean’s “Stars of Gladness”. It was launched from the Sacred Shores of Kaneohe, Bay on Oahu, helping to build momentum for a powerful Hawaiian residence.
Between 1975 - 2000, Hokulea sailed on six major voyages from Hawaii to at the apex of the Polynesian triangle, to Aotearoa (New Zealand) at the southwestern corner, and finally to Rapa Nui, at the southeastern corner. Currently undergoing drydock work in New Zealand under the leadership of Master Navigators. Now Hokulea celebrates her 40th Birthday.
Master navigator Kālepa Baybayan shares from Aotearoa that, “Hōkūleʻa is a symbol of hope grounded in a tradition of exploration and discovery.
Read Mark 8: 34 - 37
If you have to follow Jesus what should you do.
Create a poster to advertise following Jesus
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
The purpose of the author, was to retell or talk about
the events from the past. From this story, it’s about how a accident took place and the boy rescued the driver.
When: Then, Last Summer, something happened
Who: My cousin Jake
What: We watched the truck plement 20 metres into the river below
Where: The bridge was so old
Where: The bridge was so old
How: Something was splitting and suddenly crack
Why: The bridge broke because it was old, and rusty.
Simple - Jake did wrestling
Compound -He would try out new holds on my, even though he knew I didn’t like it
Complex - Instead I grabbed the driver’s other arm, and together, we pulled him out into the river and thrashed towards the surface.
Simile and Metaphor:
Simile - No Similes
Metaphor - Slinging his beefy arms across my shoulders
Plan and Write a Recount:
- If people knew that the bridge was very old, and unstable. Why did they go across it??
- Why didn’t the tractor go a little faster??
- If the driver knew that the bridge was about to break, why did he stay in the car
- Why didn’t the bridge break with the other trucks and tractors?
- Why didn’t the driver think about taking small amounts of hay across the bridge
Monday, March 9, 2015
Gospel by Sonya6djr54f on GoAnimate
Our task was the choose one of these Gospel's :
Friday, March 6, 2015
Monday, March 2, 2015
R - R is for Relying on each other, When Relating we need to rely on one another ( Seauti )
E - E is for Excellent when we do our work, we need to have excellent, in our work. ( Hola)
L - L is for Love, we show Love by helping other when they struggle in their work. (Joshua)
A - A is for Affection, We need to use affection when we relate to others ( Rachel)
T - T for Trust. Trust is a big part of relating to others that you believe in someone. (Paul)
I - I is for Integrity, Integrity is being honest with your classmates and doing the right thing. (Catherine)
N - N is for Nobility, When we relating to others, we need to have nobility .(Hola)
G - G is for Glue, we need to glue together to be able to relate ( Sonya)